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PAMVICCS in an acronym for Point, Aim, Muzzle, Vehicle, Instruct Check, Clear and Sling which are the basic guidelines for handling weapons in the British Army Cadet Force (ACF).

Never point a weapon at another person, even in jest.
Always aim your weapon in a safe direction at all times.
Never rest the muzzle of your weapon against another person or object.
Ensure that the weapon is empty and cleared before entering a vehicle.
Never approach a weapon and only operate a weapon when instructed to do so.
Check, check and check again that the weapon is clear and safe
Make sure that the weapon is clear before handing to an instructor or fellow cadet.
the sling is to be fitted at all times unless stripping and assembling is in progress.

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